Welcome to Artineering: the Art of Lance Dehné

Artineering is about "design-build".

It is about art, engineering, mechanics, botany, ornithology, ideology, physiology, sculpturology, colorology, and visionology. Conceptual ideas are re-thought, reworked, fine tuned, and molded into a functional and aesthetic product. The components can be metal (polished, scuffed, scored, dented, scraped, bent); wood (dried, engraved, chipped, shaved, grainy, knotty, petrified); rubber (worn, dry, dirty, stamped, transparent); flesh (muscle, organs, bones, breath); plastic (molded, colored, shaped, wet); glass (broken, mirrored, smoked, sunlit); or whatever else, animate or inanimate.

The similitude of the universe.

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"Jelly" pencil on paper

Ingredients:

 

Yield 3.5 cups

1/2 cup Jalapeno peppers

2 cups cider vinegar

1-1/2 cup dried apricots (chopped)

3 cups sugar 

Montana Apricot-Jalapeno Jelly

Put apricots, jalapenos, and red peppers in food processor and process until coarsely ground and small bits remain. Combine vinegar, sugar, and jalapeno/pepper/apricot mixture in large sauce pan. Bring to a boil. Rapid boil for 5 minutes and then skim off any foam that forms. Simmer until jelly thickens stirring occasionally. Pour into sterilized jars, seal , and cool. (process jars and lids in boiling water for ten minutes. Use clean instrument to remove from water and let dry on clean surface (i.e. do not contaminate). You can up the ante with a higher Scoville unit pepper if you like, like a Habenero.

Suggested use:

Coconut Cajon Prawns 

Empenadas

Recipe Credit: Amy Clason